When children first see the Tree Climber they want to climb to the top – or at least to the first horizontal net. The colour coding of the net helps set new destinations, attracting children again and again. The inclined climbing in the net trains the children's cross-coordination and muscles as they climb and crawl towards the top as well as helps improve children's spacial awareness when climbing. The horizontal section make ideal destinations and points for a break and place to meet, inviting children to socialise. The height of the net invites risk taking in a safe framework.